Trust snaffle bit with a double-jointed mouthpiece, with sweet iron.
The snaffle bit encourages the horse to raise its head. It is often used on horses that walk behind the bit. When taking the reins, the mouthpiece slides up and the horse gets pressure in the corners of the mouth and at the back of the neck. The bit can be used with one or two reins or with pelham straps.
The double-jointed bit has two hinge points, is shaped more towards the mouth and lies a bit looser in the mouth. This bit acts on the tongue, the layers and the corners of the mouth. Be careful with narrow lower jaws, the hinge points can then press on the layers, which can cause wounds. Compared to a single jointed bit, this bit acts more on the tongue. A double jointed mouthpiece is a standard mouthpiece.
Sweet Iron develops through contact with (air) moisture and surface rust that tastes sweet and stimulates the horse's saliva production in a natural way.